During the production of The Avengers, director Joss Whedon spent 12-days shooting his adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing in his backyard, and now the black and white feature is scheduled to arrive in theaters on June 14, 2013.
If you were here, sitting next to me right this instant, you would hear an audible sigh as I read news about Total Recall getting a remake.Â Not because it is a stupid story, it’s one of my more liked Philip K. Dick stories, but because the movie has already been made into a fun action movie that has Arnold dressing in drag and having his eyes almost sucked out of his head on the the terraformed Mars.
Columbia Pictures is the latest studio to jump on board the whole, “Let’s remake every movie ever made, because we don’t have an original thought” bandwagon, but is keeping mum on how it will make this version of We Can Remember It for You Wholesale contemporary enough to draw audiences in.
What we do know is Kurt Wimmer is writing the new version, with Neal H. Moritz producing.Â No word on who will star, or when the remake will hit theaters.
Many know Edgar Allen Poe as not only the father of modern horror, but also the creator of the detective genre. But did you know he was a detective himself? Enter the world of new BOOM! Studios series POE and follow the famous author of darkness as he tracks a supernatural killer ravaging the streets of Baltimore!
Written by skilled newcomer J. Barton Mitchell, POE #1 features art by fan-favorite Dean Kotz and sports two variant covers by superstars Declan Shalvey — artist on the Eagle award-winning HERO KILLERS — and IRREDEEMABLE cover artist Jeffery Spokes!